For the third year running, Brinklow artist and illustrator Lizzie Campbell has a secret she can’t share.
Her artwork has been selected to appear as part of the Secret7” exhibition in London, alongside names including Sir Anish Kapoor, Molly Crabapple and Sir Paul Smith.
Now in its fifth year, the Secret7” project takes seven tracks from seven well-known musicians and presses each 100 times to seven-inch vinyl.
Each pressing is then assigned its own unique cover art by a mystery artist, whose identity is only revealed after all the singles are sold.
Lizzie said: “I’m over the moon that my work’s been selected again this year, particularly as the project received an unprecedented amount of entries.
It’s such an amazing opportunity for lesser-known artists to showcase their work alongside household names!”
She added: “I’m completely in awe of the Secret7” project as I can only imagine how much work goes into organising such an impressive creative event – and I love that their primary aim each year is to raise awareness and funds for amazing charities.”
All proceeds from sales go directly to Amnesty International.
Tracks for this year’s project include songs by John Lennon, Etta James and The Jam, but Lizzie has chosen not to give any clues on which track she has produced artwork for.
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